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ETB-0833 Self-Calibration 20˚ 60˚ 85˚ Glossmeter Gloss Meter Tester 0-200Gu
ETB-0833 Self-Calibration 20˚ 60˚ 85˚ Glossmeter Gloss Meter Tester 0-200Gu

5.0 out of 5 stars Easy to use, 22 Dec. 2014
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No issues, works as described on a range of surfaces (matt black to glossy white).


Otterbox Defender Series Protection Case for Samsung Galaxy S4 - Black
Otterbox Defender Series Protection Case for Samsung Galaxy S4 - Black
Offered by Red Mobile
Price: £20.00

4.0 out of 5 stars Bulky but heavy duty performance, 18 Nov. 2014
I was looking for a general wear and tear cover but this thing is, probably, bomb proof! Whatever about dropping you phone, with this case on, you can fling it at things and be happy that it won't get damaged. It turns the S4 into an old style nokia. Big drawback is the size, it does add double the thickness and general bulk to the nice and neat S4. If you need heavy duty, this is perfect: plastic screen cover hasn't affected the touch screen performance, buttons work through the case and the port case seem fairly solid without putting undue pressure on charger or earphones when opened. I've dropped a few times without issue, mainly because it doesn't fit very well into my pocket though!


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Simple outfit, looks good but won't last for ever, 12 April 2013
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Got this for a stag party and it looks the part. No great quality to it and you'd want to be fully dressed underneath if it's cold as the material is so thin it's almost see through but perfect for a low use/low cost outfit.


Obaku By Ingersoll Gents Silver Dial Black Leather Strap Watch
Obaku By Ingersoll Gents Silver Dial Black Leather Strap Watch

5.0 out of 5 stars Stylish and simple design, 5 Jan. 2012
I was looking for a simple, light, leather strapped watch and took a chance on this. It sits comfortably, even on a small wrist and the under side of the face is slightly curved at the edges so it doesn't catch, especially when typing. The date indicator is surprisingly useful, never had or looked for it on a watch before. I would definitely consider this brand again when getting a watch and it has only got positive feedback from people when they saw it.


Where Did The Night Fall
Where Did The Night Fall
Price: £20.39

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Another great album, 20 Jun. 2010
I generally listen to my music on shuffle so it's hard to break it down into a running order. What I like about this album is the 2nd cd. They add a nice twist on all the 1st album and when on shuffle, the stripped back tracks are a pleasent surprise. Another solid album, looking forward to seeing live again. Not sure how much people will get out of the extra art work but the box will add a bit of bulk to any album collection.


Intuit
Intuit
Price: £5.38

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Solid throughout, 23 Feb. 2010
This review is from: Intuit (Audio CD)
Guessing this is there debut album, stumbled across them after hearing 'I say fever' and bought the album of the back of that track alone. Curious and powerful mix in the tracks throughout. At the very least, its worth a listen


Optical Emission Lines of the Elements
Optical Emission Lines of the Elements
by R. Payling
Edition: Hardcover

4.0 out of 5 stars Useful if doing extensive optical emission studies, 9 July 2008
I got the book with a view to answering all my optical emission questions. Unfortunately, it wasn't able to but that may have been more to do with the questions I was asking. As a relative novice to optical emission, I wasn't to sure what to get and this book seemed to top the list.

In short, it is a 45 page introduction to the theory of optical emission followed by several hundred pages of elemental data, comparable to a phone book. It does not cover molecular species or species in a negative state (or at least that's what I have observed).

The data is laid out well given the amount that is included. This includes relative intensity and transition information on each value presented but no transition energies. The CD is partially useful but has a limited interface and comes across a bit dated.

To conclude, if you need an extensive reference at hand, it is a great thing to have close by. It can be a bit easier to glance through the pages instead of searching through the NIST Atomic Spectra listings. For molecular data I would recommend 'R. W. B Pearse and A. G. Gaydon, "The identification of molecular spectra".


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